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Old July 5th, 2014, 11:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey Forum,

Since last time I've been working very hard to learn both TA and MC to my best, and it's starting to pay off. Last week I did my first trades with MC and it worked very well. Trading in general and MC is one of most interesting things I've ever been working with.

My feed provides +2200 Stocks on the Swedish Market, and so far I've used a couple of simple tools to try to filter out the most interesting stocks for the day. Worth mentioning is that I have a interday/swing-trading approach. With that said, I usually enter a stock for 1-3 days before making my exit if I reached my profit target.

I'm looking for a useful way to try finding the most interesting stocks of day. "Interesting Stocks" are as I know very subjective, but let's say stocks that are trending upwards or about to reverse upwards. I imagine using the Market Scanner to search for Consecutive Ups and positive Volume Trends would be the way to go, but I was wondering how you guys find your most interesting stocks for the day? Do you use the Market Scanner or go to an external site? If you do it through MC, do you have any advice to share?

All the best,

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